Troublesome Horse Rescue appreciates support from Grand County community
To the Editor:On behalf of the Board of Directors for the Troublesome Horse Rescue, we would like to thank everyone who attended our Fall Fundraiser last month at Caroline’s Cuisine. We had a grand evening with success at raising funds for the horses at the Rescue and the programs which take place at the Rescue.Thank you everyone for your generosity, it is overwhelming to know there are such wonderful folks in Grand and Summit counties who support our efforts.Additionally, we would like to thank our sponsors: Elena Campbell and family, Caroline’s Cuisine, Frank Expressions and Kathleen StClair’s carriage rides. Also merchants who helped us with auction items include Ala Mode Salon, Allegiant Management, Avalanche Car Rental, Blue Skies Shoes, Bottle Pass Liquors, Brooks Veterinary Service, Byers Peak Vet Clinic, Granby Vet Clinic, Cascades Cabin, Dan and Tess Conger, Cowgirl Country, David George, Destinations West, Ghostwood Interiors, Grand County Blues Society, Grand County Historical Assoc., Grand Equus, Grand Lake Emporium, Penny Hamilton, Debbie Harris, High Horses Riding Lessons, Hot Sulphur Springs Resort, Iron Horse Resort, Java Lava Caf, Dave and Jeanne Kafer, Thomas Marquardt, D.O., Middle Park Forge, Kathy Morrow Studio, Mountain Horseshoe, Marion Nantell, Mountain Timber Furnishings, The Paper Clip, Parshall Inn, Premier Designs, Radio Shack, Ken Ricker, Nancy and John Ring, Sani-King, Silpada Jewelry, Ski Broker, Jill Suffin, Beth Tisdel, Untamed Southwest Grill, Ken and Joan VonderHeiden, Wild Horse Gourmet, Winter Park Chateau B & B, Winter Park Optical, and Winter Part Resort.Also there were a few volunteers who donated a great deal of time and effort to make this fundraiser successful and they include Beth Tisdel, Jill Campbell, Linda Newman and Debbie Harris chaired the fundraiser committee. Thank you again so very much. See you at the Big Spring Fling BBQ at the Rescue’s Arena in May.Troublesome Horse RescueBoard of Directors(Sue Pratt, Sue Tasillo, Diana Matheson, Deb Menhennett, Nancy Ring, Ellen French, and Debbie Harris)
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